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Don’t forget that the Winter Premiere of ABC Family’s The Lying Game is on Monday, Jan. 2 at 9/8c! To get you all ready for the premiere, we have this special Q&A with Charisma Carpenter who plays Ann Rebecca Sewellin The Lying Game.

Carpenter’s past movies and TV shows include Ashley Green, in “Malibu Shores”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Angel” and “Veronica Mars”.

And for the ultimate The Lying Game fan, tune in on New Year’s Day from 9 am to 7 pm for The Lying Game marathon. ABC Family will play 10 episodes! You can ring in the New Year with one of your favorite shows.

Charisma Carpenter Interview

Q Can you give us some insight into why Annie has been gone so long and her relationship with Phyllis?

C. Carpenter Her relationship with Phyllis is sister.  She’s been gone so long because I think when she was there, she was in high school, and things did not go well for her.  She was very—well, treated poorly, not well received.  I think some very bad things happened to her and what they are exactly has not at this point been revealed to me.  It’s just touched on a little bit here and there.

But when she does come back, she is a completely different looking person in appearance and obviously, she’s monetarily better off.  I guess she was in Los Angeles running a music company with her husband, who she is no longer with.  She thought she would go back home and start fresh, to everyone else’s chagrin.

Q How do you approach a character like Annie who knows so many secrets about people like Ted and Alec?

C. Carpenter I think it’s not about them, I think it’s about her is the way I would approach it.  It being sort of like just focusing each interaction one at a time and knowing what my overall purpose is to be there and it’s a fresh start.  So, it’s positive and it’s up and it’s a good thing.  To play it any other way would really not—it would just be a different show.

I mean, part of The Lying Game is appearances aren’t always what they seem.  I think if you go into it being difficult or giving too much attitude or whatever, there are not a lot of places to go with that.  She’s optimistic.  She wants a change.  She’s open to befriending those people that weren’t nice to her when she was younger and starting new.  I think she comes from a place of confidence and success and she has nothing to apologize for and she’s interested in opening those doors again.

Q What is it about the role that really drew you to wanting to be a part of it?  Are you looking to enter into another television show as a regular or is there something about this role that you couldn’t pass up as a guest star?

C. Carpenter I am definitely interested in finding a home, for sure.  And it was not introduced to me that way.  It was a recurring opportunity to be on a show and if more comes of it, it would be a welcome surprise but not my intention.

I was drawn to the complexity of a character that is not all that she seems which I’m a little bit familiar with; but not too much because Cordelia, really, from Buffy and Angel, if I were to compare the two characters, was way more up front.  She was like a soothsayer.  She just said what was on her mind.  You always knew where you stood with things.  She’ll give you advice when you don’t even want to hear it.

I think this character, Annie Rebecca Sewell, is not so forthcoming with what she’s really thinking, but you know that there are wheels spinning behind her eyes.  I’m thinking this but I’m really not going to say it.  And I think that also happens with age.  You filter a little better.

Rebecca definitely has her filters and her radar highly tuned.  She’s smarter, wiser, sophisticated.  Apparently, she’s a little moneyed up.  She’s lived and survived a lot, especially socially.  The way she was treated when she was younger affected her in a way that either you sink or swim, and apparently she swam.

And now she’s back to these choppy waters to sort of navigate them and see what she can make out of it.  I mean, I feel like her intentions are to set things right for herself mainly, but not in a vindictive, revenge way because then that gets into a whole other show altogether.  I think what her intention is really is like one of her lines recently to Kristin was, “Between you and me, it is really fun to be back and turning heads.”  She never turned heads in the past and she was really mistreated by her peers.  So, it’s nice to come back on top.  It feels good and I don’t think she’s really going to be willing to let that go anytime soon.

Q We know that you’re a part of the network with Twitter and I’m wondering how the interaction with fans comes into play with your projects.  Is it a great way for you to not only interact with fans, but also promote the projects or get that instant feedback from fans about your projects?

C. Carpenter You know, it’s a double-edged sword, the social media, because I’ve gotten in trouble for either announcing too soon something that the network or the studio wanted to do and it takes away from.  So it is something like it’s okay to tease but I’m sort of like well, oh goodness, I said too much and I’m so sorry and I’ve had to apologize and like say, “Oops, I didn’t mean to do that.”  Or what is that expression where you just, you steal some of the thunder, so to speak.  You don’t mean to do that.

But, it’s hard because it’s like these are my fans and I want to give my fans what they want to hear and that is I’m on television and I’m going to be back on the show and I really want you to watch and you’re going to have fun doing it and you’re going to see more a grownup, sophisticated version of Cordelia, who you are familiar with.  I think you’ll see a lot of similarities between the two, but they’re not, by any means, the same character.

Q How familiar were you with the whole Lying Game phenomenon when you were first invited to join the cast?

C. Carpenter Not at all; not at all.  In fact, I had no idea what The Lying Game meant and I’m still missing the last five episodes of the first ten.  So, obviously, I’ve got the first five and then I’ve got episodes ten through sixteen down, but I’m missing five there.  I was given the link but I can’t get the link to work on my Mac, so I’m a little bit challenged in that regard.

I’m not that familiar with it; what it means.  I’ve been exposed to it a little bit, but I don’t know in what sense it’s a game.  Like why is it a game?  I don’t know.  I understand Sutton introduced it.

Q Was there anybody that took you under their wing and helped you get assimilated and get into the entire universe of the show?

C. Carpenter I would probably say it started at the top with Chuck.  Chuck really—I read the script and I called him and I just said that I just have some questions about her and how she fits in and who is this Annie, and now my name is Annie and I don’t what that means.  How will that be explained to the audience and will that be more confusing or less confusing?  Who am I?  What did I do?

So he walked me through it and he was pretty generous, was willing to tell me whatever it is that I needed to understand, but there did come a point where I’m like, “Okay, don’t tell me anymore.  I don’t want to know any more than just what you said because I don’t want it to inform my performance in a way that would reveal too much.”  It doesn’t assist you to know more than you should, because then you’re not playing it right.

Or you can be informed and you can have the information, but then you have to play against that information.  And then it becomes more confusing and more complicated than maybe it need be.  I just like to keep it simple, keep it simple, play it very earnestly and straightforward with the information I have at hand, unless I’m told otherwise.

Q How is the chemistry on the set of The Lying Game and how are you enjoying that?

C. Carpenter It’s one of the best sets I’ve been on.  It’s probably on par with my experience on Veronica Mars. A lot of young kids with a great deal of pressure and responsibility just killing it every day.   They get it.  They’re appreciative.  There is no diva.  There is no attitude.  There are no hang ups.  Everybody, everybody, I mean everybody, has a fantastic outlook.

I think too, it helps like in this economy, everybody is really appreciative to be working. It’s not lost on them.  It’s really a wonderful thing to see such young people taking on such huge responsibilities and jobs and hours and just do it with such grace.  I really have been impressed a great deal.  And Alexandra Chando without exception.  She’s mid-20s and she’s not one character, two characters.

It’s a fantastic environment.  The chemistry is great.  The crew is great.  I love working with Adrian.  He’s crackly.  He’s incensed; like he’s on fire.  He’s like going to ignite at any moment.  One little bit of accelerant and he’s just going to blow up.  He’s so alive and his energy is just—it’s impossible to ignore.

Every time he’ll give you a line and you might have in your mind a way that the scene would be going or the way he would say something, but no.  And then you’ll do the same thing again and it won’t be the same way either.  And that, for me, just brings my level of acting up.  I think for sure when you see the season, you will see it.  You will see what I’m talking about.  It’s an amazing work experience for me.

Q In addition to Lying Game, are there any other upcoming projects in the works for you that you can give us any clues about?

C. Carpenter Yes, there is something, but I’m not allowed to say and I won’t get in trouble.  I can’t get in trouble.  It will be announced very soon.  Let’s just say that.

Q Okay, we will definitely keep our eyes open.

C. Carpenter And not T.V.

Q Can you describe a little more about the history of your character with Ted and Alec?

C. Carpenter With Ted and Alec?  With Ted and Alec, my understanding of their relationship is high school acquaintances.  They were cruel and mean to me and what that means, I don’t know.  I honestly don’t know.  They played games on me.  Maybe The Lying Game started way before Sutton, I don’t know.

But apparently, I was not treated well.  I was not a confident person.  I was not a charming person.  I was not attractive in any way.  I guess they must have done something terrible to me and honestly, I don’t know what it is.  It hasn’t been revealed to me and I don’t even know if the writers know yet what it is that they did.

Q That gives us something to look forward to.

C. Carpenter Yes, for sure.  More will be revealed I guess.

Q Are there any pranksters on the set?

C. Carpenter No, nobody really pranks.  Everyone is really respectful.  Everybody loves each other and hangs out with each other and spends time with each other; goes on hikes, goes to dinners.  It’s very familial, and no, there’s no like George Clooney on the set that I can think of.  I haven’t been around that long, but I don’t feel that yet.

Q Who does your character have the most chemistry with and who will she cause the most trouble for?

C. Carpenter I feel like she has the most chemistry with Alec Rybak, but I think that’s kind of on purpose.  Some of my scenes are with him.  I feel, though, there is very interesting tension between Ted Mercer and Annie Sewell, or Annie Rebecca Sewell.  I feel like whenever he’s around, he’s kind of a cold fish and she kind of revels in that.  “Oh, I make you uncomfortable,” visibly.  I think she likes that.  So that has its own element to it, but it’s not like it’s mutual.  With Alec, it’s like mutual interest.  With Ted, it’s like I can tell that I can ruffle his feathers and I love it.  “Hi, Ted.  Hmm, nice to see you.”

It is very interesting to see where that may or may not go.  I think the most trouble I will be causing—well, right now I feel like the most trouble is probably Kristin Mercer because she feels threatened in some way and she can’t put her finger on why.  Why I’m back, why I look different.  Some of the stuff she says to Kristen, like it’s really fun to be back and turning heads, I don’t think that that’s conducive to something you say to a woman who you want to befriend, who’s married and you’re single.  I don’t think that’s very comfortable for her.

I don’t think Thayer Rybak likes me very much.  We don’t know why he’s so resistant because his sister, Mads, is very happy to see me and thinks I’m cool.  Like, “Wow, you’re so lucky to have such a cool aunt, Char.”  I think the trouble is with the Mercers mainly.

Q You said that Cordelia shares some similarities with your character in The Lying Game. Could you expand on that a little bit?  What characteristics do they share?

C. Carpenter I think they’re very spoiled in a way.  I don’t think she was always spoiled, Rebecca, I think she has sort of come into money and money changes you.  It’s sort of like a—you can feel when people, I don’t know, there’s like an arrogance that comes with it, almost.  And I think that that sort of is similar to Cordelia.  There’s this sense of entitlement.  I’ve found myself.  I’ve made myself successful and get out of my way.  And I think everything that she approaches is with intention.

I think Cordelia was very specific and very intentioned in her behavior and protective of those people in her vicinity that she grew to love and trust, but she’s a hard nut to crack, Rebecca.  We don’t really know who she has an affinity for, if anyone.  I think she will tell you the truth.  She’ll say enough to make a person uncomfortable which is very Cordelia, but she’s not as blatant as Cordelia.  I think she just says enough.

She’s like a garnish on a plate.  Cordelia with just a little bit of Cordelia in it, but she’s not Cordelia.  She’s grown and she’s sophisticated and she uses respects and she uses her resources in a way that maybe Cordelia didn’t always know to use yet.

Q Have you had any really interesting or strange fan encounters?

C. Carpenter Yes, I have.  I have had some fan encounters that were interesting, but most encounters are actually quite pleasant and endearing.  But it was a little unsettling when a very sweet young girl actually did pee her pants.  That was a little odd.  You hear about that happening with people like the Beatles or Michael Jackson or something like that, so it’s a little unsettling to know that that level of excitement or emotional intensity is being caused by you.

It’s a little unsettling; I mean, it’s flattering but unsettling at the same time.  I don’t know how to put it.  It’s like, “It’s just me.  It’s just me.  I’m just a person.”  It’s a little odd.  I don’t know how Justin Bieber deals.

Q Can you tell us what it was like to work with James Marsters again on Supernatural?

C. Carpenter Oh, it was a lot of fun.  What was so great about it is we didn’t spend time together at all unless he really—I never really had scenes with him, not that much and we’ve sort of been orbiting the same areas and various conventions, but when we’re acting, we don’t get to socialize.  So when we’re on set, I really feel like I got back story and I know what’s going on in his life.

I know he has a kid.  I know they love music.  I know they play together.  I know he’s involved.  I really feel like I got to connect with him and kind of talk about the old days and what was your experience and oh, this was my schedule, what was your experience and kind of share and reconnect in a trusted way.  It was really special to me.

Q If you could go back and have this Twitter technology for just one year, or one T.V. season, from Buffy or Angel, what year or show season would you have picked?

C. Carpenter Probably the third season of Buffy; my last season on Buffy. Graduation day, I think that probably would have been a good year to be on Twitter, because we were getting ready to exit.  There would have been a lot of news to share, if I was allowed to share it is another story.  But there would have been a lot going on.  The rebar scene, some of the kooky stuff we wore, it was exciting for me.  A lot of stuff happened to me.  I knew I was jumping ship, so a lot of my character was getting some resolution with relationships in that season.

I finally got to vanquish a vampire after being a damsel in distress for three years.  So that would have been fun to tweet.  Pictures on the set with all the demons running around would have been fun.  We were on a very specific lot which we called Weeden World.  So it wasn’t on Fox or Paramount or any of that.  We had our own sort of world going on.  So that would have been interesting.

We were around on set, like we had outdoor sets, the graveyards and stuff.  I think there just would have been a lot of fun stuff to tweet from that.  On Angel we had a lot of indoor sets and things.  Angel would have been fun too, especially when Andy Hallett was around it was always fun.  It was a lot of fun too, but I just think if I had to pick one year, that would have been it.

Q You and Alexandra Chando, you resemble each other quite a bit.  I’m wondering have you guys talked about this or noticed it at all?

C. Carpenter Yes, we’ve noticed it.  We notice it.  I mean, I’ve actually and this is not even with her around—they take continuity pictures of your makeup so they know what you look for a particular outfit and day, like it’s labeled like day 1 or night 2 and this is what you were wearing, this is your makeup and this is your costume.  So the costume department has one, the makeup department has one, the hair department has a continuity photo.

So, I was literally going through, running through the wardrobe and they have these pictures cut out and I literally thought it was me.  I had to remember, okay, that’s a 20-year-old version of me; but it was like me.  I really did think that it was me.  Dang, I look good.  Oh wait a minute, that’s Alex.

Q You’re both so beautiful and you look so similar.

C. Carpenter Well, I think she’s so beautiful, so I will take that as an absolute compliment and she’s so bright, so bright, and strong.  She’s just a strong girl.  You can just—I just love people from the Midwest.  They’re just awesome.  I just love them. Grounded and bright and down to earth and get the job done and there’s no whimpering or whining.  It’s just handled.  She’s very capable and I admire her very much.  She has a lot of responsibility at a very young age.  So I will definitely be grateful for any comparisons to that young lady.

Q It seems like your character kind of stirs the drink a little bit when she arrives.  Am I on track there with her?

C. Carpenter I would say you’re on track.

Q Is it just because of the way she was and the way she is now, the difference, and people kind of being taken back by her a little bit, do you think?

C. Carpenter Yes, I think her presence makes a lot of people uncomfortable.  Who is she?  Why is she back?  Why isn’t she going by Annie?  Why does she look different?  Obviously, she has money.  What’s going on?

Q Have you been given any ideas of her arc at all?

C. Carpenter Ideas, yes.  And I have my own suspicions but I don’t know what I can say without losing that job.  They don’t like it when you give—it’s such a difficult position because I want to give you stuff and I want to make you happy and I want to give you the interview that you want, but at the same time I don’t want to lose my job.  Also, then, just mess up or get it wrong.  Because, to be honest, I know things, but I don’t think I really know all of it.  Because I’ve actually asked to not know past a certain point because I don’t want it to color or affect my performance in a subliminal way, subconscious way.

Q Is one of the projects you can’t talk about, is that Haunted High that’s coming up?

C. Carpenter No, no, I can talk about that.  I’ll be in Haunted High with Danny Trejo.

Q Can you kind of give us an idea of who you play and all that?

C. Carpenter Well, I did find out that Machete does tweet.  So now I follow him.  I don’t even think he goes by Danny Trejo anymore.  I think he’s straight up Machete and I’m really okay with that.  He is an amazing man.  He’s so amazing and he looks so fit. And then he’s on my other favorite show, Sons of Anarchy.  It’s just ridiculous.  The man is so accomplished.  He just is everywhere.  I love him.  He’s a doll.  He’s bad to the bone.

Q Yes, he is.  Well thank you so much.

C. Carpenter I want to be him sometimes.  Like I imagine like, what would Danny do?  What would—because like if I could embody him, it would be really nice sometimes.  Can you shoot me out?  I’m tired.  Who’s going to say no to Machete?

Q In talking about the resemblance between you and Alexandra Chando and we definitely have a theory that you are the twins’ real mother.  Can you kind of comment on that?

C. Carpenter Well, I mean, obviously I’m wondering too.  It would seem that I am, but I don’t know if I’m a red herring in that really we haven’t met her yet at all.  I don’t know.  I kind of hope I am.  It would be nice to be around awhile.  But I don’t know for sure.  They haven’t told me.  We only suspect.

And also, who is the father?  If I am the mom, then who—which one is it because apparently I’ve had relations.  I was a bit of a get around girl.  All I can tell you is that my feeling is the adults are really going to have some time.  They’re going to have their time and they’re going to be competing hard for that storyline for the younger kids.

The younger kids are very compelling and it’s the demographic and all that, but if you are a grown up and you are watching this show, you will have your own storyline and you will be into it.  I have every intention of making it super interesting for you.

Q Would you ever consider going on Bones and if so, who would you like to play?

C. Carpenter I hear such wonderful things about that set.  I have friends that have worked on the set.  I’m friends with David Striver.  His name is Hershey.  He drove us on Angel. We have breakfast at least once a month together and I am in touch with David and we have tweeted about doing episodes, Julie and I doing episodes of Bones.  I just don’t know if it’ll—I think it’s been brought up to the executive producers and ultimately, if you are Bones fans and you want to see some crossovers, I’m totally absolutely game.  I’m in love with David, I mean not in love—that could be totally misconstrued.

I adore him.  He’s like my brother.  I know him really, really well.  I love him so much.  Julie and I, she’s one of my closest friends.  For us to all kind of get together again and play, whether independently or all together, would just be so much fun.  And I really want to work with Emily because I hear wonderful things about her.  Like she’s one of the nicest people around and she and David have such wonderful chemistry.  I want to meet this woman.  I want to meet this person that has been so wonderful to my friend.

Q Do you have a preference to between working in TV or film?

C. Carpenter Yes, of course, I would love to do more film and I will be doing more film.  I can’t tell you any more than that but I do really—my heart is into television just because it’s been so good to me.  I’ve had the joy of working on critically acclaimed shows and that kind of thing.  Unfortunately, those shows aren’t always in the Golden Globe or Emmy nominated categories, which kind of bums me out because they are really good quality shows.

But, yes, television is my home to me and I like—it’s a special breed of person that can do that kind of nine months on and three months off; 22 episodes of one-hour shows, it’s very hard work.  It’s a grind.  It can be a grind.  It’s not a grind for me.  I relish in that.  But there are very few of us that can handle that; that are movie people.

Movie people going over into television, it’s a little bit of a shocking world. It’s much faster paced.  Everything is really last minute.  You won’t know your schedule for the next episode until the last minute.  You don’t know if you’re going to be off for Christmas, or what the date is.  But for me, it’s familiar and it’s good to me and I like having a steady job and all that goes along with that.

Q I know you can’t talk about it but we’ve got on here, The Human Factor.  Are you going to start filming in that soon?  Or have you already started?

C. Carpenter I have no idea what is going on with that film.  I don’t even know if they have the financing.  I had been cast for it and then it kind of all fell apart.  I don’t know what’s going on with that film.  It would be nice to work on it if the people involved are still involved.  I would love to work with Michael Madsen and Sean Patrick Flanery and Eric Roberts.  It’s a great cast.

Q There were rumors this past year about a Buffy remake, what do you feel about that?

C. Carpenter Right, I get asked that a lot.  I talk about it on Twitter a lot because it inevitably makes it on my line, my timeline.  My feeling is of course, they’re doing it.  It was successful, but to do it without Joss (Whedon), it’s just going to be really disappointing.  I feel like it could do more harm to the franchise than good in a way, just because—or not, maybe it’ll make people appreciate the original more.  I don’t know.  But it doesn’t make much sense to do that without any of the key players involved.  Why call it Buffy?  They should just call it something else because it’s not going to be the same thing.

Q What are your favorite Christmas and holiday traditions?

C. Carpenter Well, one of my favorite traditions, which is just to my family alone, we have what’s called “ Faux Christmas” the week before Christmas with my dad and my stepmom.  Because when you have a large family like I do and we’re all married and all around the country, it’s impossible because you’re married and it’s my spouse’s family’s house this weekend or it’s this holiday or Thanksgiving. What we try to do is we, no matter what, do faux Christmas which is the week before so we can all get together either at my house or my brother’s house or my dad’s house and his wife’s house.

And then on the actual holiday, then we can go to the appropriate house for that winter.  Because we all love each other so much and we want to be together but we know that we have to split our time, so to keep together every single year we celebrate Christmas one week before.  And then we go to Australia to visit a family there.  And then my brother’s wife’s family is in Tucson, so she’ll get to stay with her mom and nobody’s left out.

Q You were in Deadly Sibling Rivalry with Kyle Richards and I was wondering if you watched Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or any reality T.V. shows?

C. Carpenter I did not watch that show.  I was not happy about that casting at all because it was going to be a difficult shoot.  It was to be shot in, I don’t know, 16, 18 days.  I really wanted to make sure whoever was on the set was like going to be a trained actor and good at their job and take it seriously and that there wasn’t going to be any kind of shenanigans.  Reality T.V. shenanigans are round the job at hand.  I was a little peeved, I’ve got to say.

She showed up and she won me over in the first five seconds.  She’s smart.  She’s professional.  Whatever expectation I had in my head, Beverly Hills housewives, I didn’t know.  I didn’t know and I could not—When she performed, I believed her.  I was really happy with her choice.  In fact, I thought she did a really good job, but at first I was really reluctant with that cast.

I mean, I don’t have a say in those things; who’s cast, who’s not cast.  But I understand the need to make something more mainstream or more marketable and get the distribution that they need to make it successful financially for the investors.  I get all that and how that works, but that really bummed me out that they went the reality T.V. route because I’m a little bitter about that whole reality T.V. thing.  A little bit.

Q Do you have any New Year’s resolutions?

C. Carpenter I do.  Some more personal than others, but I really want to practice not cussing; cursing at all.  Definitely with this job, if we get picked up and I have to stay working in Austin, to try to make a bigger effort to be more consistent with my training, working out. I have a lot of New Year’s resolutions.  More saving, make better choices in that regard.  Travel, but making  more time for the family.  More timeouts, just re-appropriate my spending.  Whatever I do, maybe whatever was important to me in my 20s, like I want to have three Fendi bags, or I want a Chloe bag, or whatever the in thing was.  Okay, let’s not buy three Fendi bags at $2200 a pop.  Let’s instead like sock that away, save it, and then oh, we have a little extra money.  Why don’t we go up to Whistler and have a family ski trip?

I want to go to Montana.  I want to spend time in Montana.  I got plans.  I want to brand out; brand out like sell out.  Who says that?  So bad.  But I want to sell out.  I want my own perfume line.  I have some ideas about beauty regimen and care and that sort of thing.  Those are the things that I think a book should be written about.  I have some stuff to say.  I got some stuff on my mind.  I would like to get started on those things.

By Cara


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Nah, pas encore... Il doit manquer d'action pour bien me réveiller dans ma série. La prochaine aidera

Sonmi451 (14:03)

tu vois si tu partais dehors 30 secondes, je suis sure que ça te réveillerais ^^

CastleBeck (14:08)

Je crois que je préfère prendre mon temps...

CastleBeck (14:12)

Ça fait étrange de regarder un épisode de série après avoir vu le bêtisier de celui-ci...

Sonmi451 (14:13)

Ha oui jamais fait ça

CastleBeck (14:19)

Tu fais bien...

serieserie (14:26)

Oui non Castlebeck c'est une mauvaise idée

CastleBeck (14:36)

Bof, quant à regarder dans le désordre, il fallait pousser jusqu'au bout.

Sonmi451 (14:45)

bêtisier inclus ^^

Sonmi451 (14:45)

tu as raison quand on commence les choses faut y aller jusqu'au bout ^^

Sonmi451 (14:49)

bon je vais aller réveiller mon grand sinon ce soir il va pas dormir ^^

Sonmi451 (14:49)

A toute à l'heure.

CastleBeck (14:57)

À plus tard

CastleBeck (15:45)

C'est pas la musique d'appel en attente qui va m'aider à me réveiller...

serieserie (15:46)

ah oui les petites musiques bien... soporifique ^^

CastleBeck (15:47)

Ils veulent être certains qu'on raccroche.

serieserie (15:48)

oui ^^

CastleBeck (16:02)

Plus de 30 minutes, mais ils ont répondu... pffff.... et le monsieur était bête.

serieserie (16:03)

c'est toujours le cas

CastleBeck (16:05)

Sinon, 120$/h pour faire réparer mon lave-vaisselle, ce qui n'inclut pas les frais de déplacement (130$) et les pièces... J'aurais du lui charger, moi, le 120$ de l'heure pour le temps d'attente!

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carina123 (18:46)

Nouveaux calendrier et sondage sur le quartier, venez nombreux !

Titepau04 (18:54)

Carina, sur quel quartier???

Phoebus (20:38)

Bonsoir, Nouveau sondage sur les quartier de Homeland (sondage ne spoilant rien de la série donc ouvert pour tous) et de Sense8. Nous vous attendons nombreux

kystis (07:02)

Bonjour, nouveau sondage sur Dawson, tout le monde peut y participer !!

serieserie (10:22)

Venez participer à la nouvelle animation de Lucifer: pas besoin de connaître la série mais fou rire garanti

Titepau04 (10:50)

Si vous voulez passer des soirées de folies, venez vous inscrire aux hypnogames !!! Grey's Anatomy et NCIS Los Angeles!!!

carina123 (14:51)

Calendriers et Sondages sur les quartiers Jéricho et Lie to Me, venez nombreux !!

sabby (19:11)

Lucifer et Gotham sont de retour ce soir ! Leur vidéo promo ont été ajouté à la chaine youtube de la citadelle Bon visionnage !

Margauxd (21:14)

Bonjour à tous !
Quiz sur la première saison de Blindspot sur le quartier.
Venez sauvez la terre sur The Last Ship d'un virus mortel.
Les premiers Awards de New York Unité Spéciale sont sur le quartier.
N'hésitez pas à participer ou à voter

emeline53 (21:41)

Pas encore de participant pour les différentes animations de la St Valentin sur The Fosters ! Des intéressés ?

Sonmi451 (10:03)

Merci de voter les thèmes dans préférence histoire qu'on avance un peu. ^^

natas (18:44)

Bonjour à tous, Sur Grimm nouveau sondage sur les premiers épisode de la saison 6 ! (avec spoilers) venez voter et commenter si vous avez vu les épisodes !!

leila36 (21:00)

Venez voter dans les préférences svp !

Sevnol (12:21)

Nouveau sondage sur le quartier de CSI NY ! N'hésitez pas à venir voter Merci d'avance

emeline53 (12:53)

Un nouveau sondage est en ligne sur UnReal !

Chaudon (15:05)

Si vous n'avez pas encore vu le nouveau calendrier du quartier "Elementary" ainsi que son design, n'hésitez pas à venir donner votre avis !

Profilage (15:51)

Le quartier Esprits Criminels vous propose un nouveau sondage, un petit vote serait bien sympathique, merci !

Locksley (17:10)

La NL du quartier 24 reprend du service et sera envoyée dans les 24h chrono. Pensez à vous abonner si vous voulez la recevoir !

elyxir (19:04)

Je vous attend avec impatience sur the glades pour participer au focus ! Allez hop on s'inscrit pour participer !!

cinto (19:48)

Si vous connaissez Brian Kinney (Queer As folk), n'hésitez pas à la soutenir dans le sondage "Bad Boys" chez Dr House. Et son titre ne serait pas usurpé...mais quel charme!

serieserie (13:29)

Si des personnes veulent s'inscrire pour l'HypnoGame de Grey's Anatomy qui aura lieu CE SAMEDI c'est le dernier moment dès demain matin ça sera trop tard!!!

Profilage (18:39)

Nouveau sondage sur Esprits Criminels, un petit vote ? Merci !

cinto (22:54)

Demain, 20 Janvier, dernier jour pour poster vos cartes de voeux 2017 pour la quartier Ma sorcière Bien Aimée. Gros merci à celles qui ont participé.

Sonmi451 (13:48)

Merci de venir voter dans préférence.

CastleBeck (17:52)

Sondage tout neuf sur Orange Is The New Black ... En plus, vous n'avez pas besoin de connaitre la série pour voter!

lizzy69 (21:52)

Bonsoir à toutes et tous, n'hésitez à passer sur les quartiers ROME et The Tudors, afin de nous aider à redonner vie aux différents forums merci pour votre participation

CastleBeck (14:02)

Nouvelle photo du mois sur OITNB... et nouveau sondage depuis hier.

lachieuse (17:26)

Nouveau design sur le quartier New Girl, par serieserie, n'hésitez pas à venir le commenter

Locksley (19:59)

@serie² : merci pour l'organisation de la soirée HypnoGame ce soir ! Enjoy ! Bonne chance aux équipes !!

serieserie (21:43)

Grande partie d'HypnoGame en cours venez nous rejoindre!!!!

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